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Sunday, July 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The newly appointed directors of the ministry of information and culture started their works after passing the pay scale reforms open rivalry, an official said. 
Based on the civil services, chapter one, article 15, 11 directors had succeeded to start work in the ministry of information and culture after successfully attending the reforms and pay scale open test and being approved by the presidential office, said Rohul Amin Habibi, director of human resource for the ministry. 
Khalili Minwi, as Directors of Bakhtar News Agency, Abdul Qadeer Timuri as director of archeology, Ghulam Nabi Paktin publication director, Mohammad Asef Seddiqi as director for internal audit bureau, Faizullah Muhtaj as director of Baihaqi Book Publication, Mohammad Hashem Shareq, as director of Hunaristan, Feda Mohammad Fayez as director of the youth safety growth centers, Sayed Mustafa Sayedi as director of program coordination and policy development, Zahara Qarizada as director of youth services and foreign relation, Abdul Jalil Sadid as director of Music and Mohammad Ibrahim, head of Afghan Film. 
While introducing Mohammad Asef Seddiqi as the director for the internal audit bureau, acting minister of information and culture, Ghulam Nabi Farahi lauded the services of the last directors in different field within the framework of the ministry of information and culture asked for close coordination among the newly appointed directors emphasized on escalation of the work process among the ministry’s related offices.
 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Afghanistan youth civil society meeting is ended issuing a statement in which the society had been called as an independent, unbiased, and nongovernmental foundation and committed to the Islamic and human high values.
The organization would fight any espionage, campaign against any anti- national unity action and make effort to eradicate discrimination and racism in the country, according to the statement.
A Kabul lecturer, Dr. Osmatllahi spoke on the freedom of press and a need for participation of the youth in the civil society and other effective fields.
Meanwhile, a MP, Farkhunda Zahra Naderi, Prof. Mohammad Seddiq Afghan and Mohammad Musa Radmanish, head of press office for the deputy information and culture on the youth affairs, also respectively briefed on the youths and their role in the country going towards self- sufficiency.
A number of youth also discussed some viewpoints on the civil society of the youth and their active part in different fields.
Six people included three girls had been assigned as the executive board member of the civil foundation, with work together and provide the statute and the logo for the network.
Lauding the three days work of the meeting as effective, the deputy information and culture on the youth affaires, Timur Shah Ishaqzai expressed his support for the civil foundation and solicited them to work in solidarity, unison and actively.
The youth civil society with hundred members had been established in Kabul and expected to the entire of the Capital and then would cover the whole country.
 

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen the minister for information and culture while was accompanying by Loran the deputy to US embassy inaugurated the building of the shrine of The Oghor Padshah in Shuhadai Saleheen after reconstruction. 
In his opening remarks, Dr. Raheen said, “It is a matter of pleasure that today one of the historical monuments is inaugurated after rebuilding” adding the building of the shrine was reconstructed with the financial support of US. 
In his speech, Dr. Loran said, “I am happy to take part in rebuilding historical monuments in Afghanistan.” 
The head of historical monument preservation Abdul Ahad Abasi in his speech said the building of this shrine is one of the finest buildings in Kabul city constructed with the support of the United States. 
 

Monday, June 25, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The authorities of ministry of information and culture say, they continue their efforts, to repair the historical monument of Ghazni before 2013.
It is expected, the historical monuments of Ghazni which is named by ISISCO as a capital of Islamic civilization, be repaired and officially inaugurates in 2013.
According the authorities of that ministry, they plan to repair at least 32 historical monuments until 2013.
Abdul Had Abasi the president preserving and repairman of historical monuments told BNA that, the experts of repairing the monuments have repaired 10 historical monuments so far.
He claimed, work for repairing the other monuments has already started and continuing.
Abasi said, in order to keep the origin of monuments and architecture, the same materials used which have been use in the origins.